I haven't a clue as to who made the watch, but it looks to be of reasonable quality and in very good shape.
The case puzzles me, however. There appears to be an ".800" stamp on the inside cover, denoting coin silver, but the case appears yellow in color. The bow appears silver in color. Is the case all yellow except for a silver section on the back and the bow? Is the yellow metal silver-gilt (i.e., vermeil), ygf, or solid gold?
Posts: 1414 | Location: Pasadena, California USA | Registered: November 11, 2005
The case is 80% silver (coin). It was fashion at this time to accentuate the rims, the bezel and the pendant with red gold electroplating (it was made better than on todays gilted cases, it is probably more like a 15 year plate, but it will wear through). If those cases are worn, one can polish them to the silver. This one is in very good condition
Posts: 742 | Location: Wertheim in Germany | Registered: February 21, 2009